Only 220 establishments in Europe, 40 of them in Spain, have gained access to Preferred Hotels & Resorts, a tourist platform specialized in luxury, which has a loyalty program with more than three million members
Las Terrazas de Abama, the exclusive holiday residence complex located in Abama Resort, in Guía de Isora, Tenerife, has just completed its process of affiliation to Preferred Hotels & Resorts, within the Preferred Residences collection, becoming part of a select catalog that integrate more than 700 establishments in 85 countries around the world, 220 of them in Europe and about 40 in Spain.
With its integration in Preferred, Las Terrazas de Abama, which is managed by My Way Meaningful Hotels with the same services of a five-star hotel, reinforces its positioning in the luxury sector and will have visibility before a large number of clients from all over the world. world that choose their stays based on the advantages offered by membership in the ‘I prefer’ loyalty program, with more than three million members.
Preferred Hotels & Resorts is a company of North American origin whose high demand for the affiliation of hotels and holiday residences constitutes the key to its success, having become a global reference for its sales, marketing and communication capacity in the luxury tourism sector .
The Abama Terraces are formed by 150 residences of one, two, three or four bedrooms, organized around five lines, which have private terraces ranging from 28 to 123 square meters, many of them with private pools. Its suites have spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, the island of La Gomera and the subtropical gardens surrounding the complex.
Among the services offered by this complex are its Kids Camp, its Social Club, a gourmet store, three community pools, experiences to discover the island adapted to all tastes, or its personal training service, with a fully equipped gym and periodic sessions of yoga and pilates.
All that, not to mention the Melvin by Martín Berasategui restaurant, the last that the multi-award-winning Basque chef has inaugurated on the island with Diego Dato in command of his stoves. The name chosen for the establishment has not been casual. It is a tribute to Melvin Villarroel, the Bolivian architect who designed this tourist area giving it its own personality and with the purpose of lasting over time with the maximum possible respect for the environment.